Time Cockpit Blog

Meine Vorträge auf der BASTA 2013 starten heute mit einem ganztägigen C# Workshop. In diesem Blogartikel stelle ich Unterlagen und Links, die ich dabei verwende, zur Verfügung

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This year at dotnet Cologne I have proposed a 60 minutes live-coding talk about async/await. It was really accepted and I even got the large ballroom. Wow, live coding in front more than 100 developers. This will be awesome. In this blog I post the sample that I am going to develop on stage.

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At BASTA Austria 2012 I did a workshop about parallel and async programming in C#. In this blog article you find the material (slides)

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During BASTA Austria I have been asked a WPF question. How can I implement a confirmation question that is asked whenever a user checks a CheckBox?

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In this article you can view the slides for my WPF & Prism Workshop at BASTA Austria. Additionally you can download the sample code.

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Today I am at the NRWConf, a community event of Microsoft-oriented software developers in the Börse in Wuppertal.Beside presenting our product time cockpit I also do a session about MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) and data binding with WPF and Silverlight. Because I do the session code-only (no slides!) I have recorded the content last night to enable all participants to repeat the shown sample.

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Imagine you have two ListBoxes with lots of items. Whenever a user scrolls in one of the two ListBoxes, the other one should be updated, too. What we want to do in this article is to create a simple attached property, that allows us to group scrollable controls.

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Graphic In XAML And WPF

Rainer Stropek Sunday, January 13, 2008 by Rainer Stropek

In this article I want to describe the functions of XAML, WPF and Silverlight in the context of graphic. I will use the corporate logo of our new company as the sample for this article because it's XAML implementation uses quite a lot of the graphic functions of XAML.

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WPF Master Pages

Karin Huber Monday, January 7, 2008 by Karin Huber

One of the really great enhancements in ASP.NET was the introduction of master pages. They help developers to create a consistent layout for the pages in an application. Unfortunately there is no such concept in WPF and XAML. In the following sample I would like to show a simple way to build a control in WPF similar to an ASP.NET master page.

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